Dance Of The Headless Bourgeoisie

by Nomeansno

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Fraser Stewart NoMeansNo are quite possibly my favourite punk rock band and it's truly criminal their music isn't more widely known. This along with 'The Worldhood of The World (As Such)' are probably my favourite post-Andy Kerr records and show the band still had plenty of truly inspiring music left in them. Just wish it was still available on vinyl!
Still gutted they've called it a day, but it's understandable after a 3 decade-long DIY punk rock career. Enjoy your retirement and cheers!! Favorite track: Life-Like.
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The tenth album from Nomeansno was, and still is, a groundbreaking exploration of social and political lyrical statements and post-punk musical workouts. Back in the day, confused people liked to call this “jazz-punk” or “jazzcore” because it involved more than three chords and shock! horror! time changes! and OMG! slow parts!

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released January 6, 2007

Nomeansno consists of two dummies, a joker, a dink, and a myriad of lost souls who toll on our behalf.

Recorded and Remastered By – Marc L'Esperanc
Mixed By – Ø - formally known as "Who" else.

Recorded at Lemon Loaf Studios.
Mixed at Greenhouse Studios.

Photography [Cover] – Aaron Chapman
Layout – Randy Iwata

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Nomeansno Victoria, British Columbia

Nomeansno is a Canadian punk rock band originally from Victoria, now located in Vancouver.

Formed in 1979 by brothers Rob & John Wright, their name derives from an anti-date rape slogan.

The press described their earliest work as "Devo on a jazz trip, Motörhead after art school, or Wire on psychotic steroids."

They are credited with being an influence on, or maybe the genesis of math rock.
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